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Lando: Double or Nothing #1 Review &#8211 Smooth but Rough at the Same Time

Lando: Double or Nothing #1 Review – Smooth but Rough at the Same Time

Nothing in this comic indicates that he wouldn’t just off this jerk and go about his day.[caption id="attachment_857900" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Lando: Double or Nothing #1 art by Paolo Villanelli and Andres Mossa[/caption]Paolo Villanelli’s artwork pulls a lot of the weight in terms of Lando’s charisma Donald Glover is one of the best-looking people alive, and[...]

Spirits of Vengeance #4 Review: Highlight of the Series

Spirits of Vengeance #4 Review: Highlight of the Series

It tries to explain the rules of this “covenant” between the forces of Heaven and Hell, and it manages to make it all quite dull.[caption id="attachment_779047" align="aligncenter" width="600"] Spirits of Vengenace #4 art by David Baldeon and Andres Mossa[/caption]David Baldeon’s artwork feels put to better use, too His style is quite good for surrealist hellscapes[...]

Where The Kids Look Like Kids &#8211 The All New X-Men Annual #1 Reviewed

Where The Kids Look Like Kids – The All New X-Men Annual #1, Reviewed

By Joe Glass, Bleeding Cool's Senior Mutant Correspondent,[caption id="attachment_585466" align="aligncenter" width="600"] All New X-Men Annual #1 cover by Cory Smith & Andres Mossa[/caption]The first (of this run, anyway Will it be the only?) annual of Marvel's All New X-Men packs two stories for the price one, and both contain some of the best X-Men storytelling[...]